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When word circulated that Michigan was going to the Sugar Bowl, Drew Dileo's phone started dancing.
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He may have filed paperwork to the NFL Draft Advisory Board, but Michigan junior quarterback Denard Robinson expects to return to Ann Arbor for his senior year.
"Oh yeah, I expect to be back," Robinson said during a news conference Friday. "That's it."
Robinson -- in a common move for college juniors -- is testing the NFL draft waters, but the process isn...
This definitely sounds like the beginning of a good joke, but sadly it is not. It is just Michigan’s QB Denard Robinson and Mike Martin taking a picture with a police horse. Makes sense, right?
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Michigan players spoke to the media after their second practice in New Orleans on a warm, sunny day. Troy Woolfolk, Drew Dileo, Will Heininger, and Craig Roh discussed their own special circumstances leading up to the Sugar Bowl.
When Michigan junior quarterback Denard Robinson decided to approach the NFL advisory board for his draft status this month, it was more of a feeling-out process than a look to jump, he said today.
Will Heininger realizes he may have played his last game at Michigan, even with the Sugar Bowl still to be played on Tuesday. He was injured in U-M's Dec. 22 practice in Ann Arbor, and on Thursday, he called it a "sprained foot" but declined to specify how it happened. Heininger had his right foot in a walking boot after U-M's practice at Tulane University.
DETROIT -- The Michigan State Spartans led the Michigan Wolverines 2-1 and were less than a minute away from winning their 13th Great Lakes Invitational championship.
But nothing is ever guaranteed in the most-played rivalry in college hockey.
The Wolverines were already on the power play and pulled goaltender Shawn Hunwick to get a 6-on-4 opportunity.
Standing on the goal line...
While the Michigan football players are motivated to finish the Jan. 3 Sugar Bowl -- the 11th win, a BCS bowl title, sending the seniors out with a final-game victory, something that hasn't been done since the 2008 Capital One Bowl -- there may be another drive as well.
Michigan junior defensive tackle Will Campbell has spent time in the coaches' crosshairs over the past few years. Blessed with major talent but challenged to reach his potential, Campbell has just begun earning the coaches' praise. With Nathan Brink out and Will Heininger questionable for the Sugar Bowl on Tuesday, Campbell may get significant snaps.
Denard Robinson said Friday he expects to return to Michigan for his senior season despite previously submitting his name to the NFL draft advisory board, the Detroit News reported.
For weeks, Michigan coach John Beilein has hinted that sophomore big man Jon Horford's foot injury could be a long-term problem. Beilein sounded more definitive when he met with reporters Wednesday in Ann Arbor as the Wolverines prepared for tonight's Big Ten opener against Penn State. Horford's right foot injury is a stress fracture in the fourth metatarsal.
Trey Burke did more than enough in Michigan's nonconference games to earn the trust of Wolverine fans, even as a freshman point guard. Thursday, he won over the final doubters. In his first Big Ten game, Burke had 13 points, seven assists and five rebounds without turning over the ball as No. 18 U-M routed Penn State, 71-53, at Crisler Center.